Smokelahoma Live at The Woodshed on 2006-12-05
1 chuckanut drive
3 smokey and the bandit
5 18 wheels
7 mr. cultivater
8 high side
9 big sky montana
Smokelahoma are :
Dan "Dank" Klepinger : Piano, Hammond B3 and vocals
Rusty Urie : Electric guitars
Mike Morton : electric guitar and lead vocals
Ryan Mefferd : Vocals and acoustic guitar
Pete Sams : bass
Mike "Shoog" Tschirgi : drums
Smokelahoma's excellent new album Bucket of Clams is available from CD Baby.
"In a world of over-produced music that is doused with effects, Smokelahoma's Bucket of Clams is a revelation. It's nothing more than a heartfelt album filled with top-notch songs that lift up your spirit, and this fantastic release serves as a fine reminder that there is true beauty to be found in simplicity." Brian Ferdman, Jambands.com.
check out http://www.smokelahoma.com/ and
Collection SmokelahomaBand/Artist SmokelahomaVenue The WoodshedLocation Seattle, WASource multi-track matrixTaped by jakael tristramTransferred by mark burnell
January 17, 2011
Unbelievable. I've never heard of this group and stumbled upon them totally by accident. Their music is outstanding.
July 15, 2009
Wow I love this!
I really love this band. Very tight. They all play for the greater good, you can tell. Playing in a band is a lost art. Smokelahoma has certainly mastered this art. MORE PLEASE!!! Chuckanut drive is
amazing! Listen, you will not be disappointed.
BTW this is my first review on the archive. It's the first live show I've found that's worth writing about.
Wish I were there that night.
August 6, 2007
please tour new york state(UTICA)
GREAT JOB RECORDING, 4 STARS, WE SHOULD TRY
AND BE REALISTIC, WOULDN'T 5 STARS BE STORE
BOUGHT, OR EXCEPTIONAL RECORDING/MIXING.
IS THIS BAND STILL TOGETHER,TOURING,CD'S
WOULD APPREC. INFO( PIONEER9011@ADELPHIA.NET)
June 14, 2007
East Bound and Down!
HAHAHA! Nice stuff. Great recording, great tunes, great grooves. What a fun sound. Not sure where to classify this other than Rock but there's so many good country elements and then a blend funky keys a la Jimmy Smith/Jimmy McGriff-ishness and a folky flavor in others. No complaints here. Got my shovel and I'm diggin' it. Head East Bound and Down, I'd love to see this in my town.
June 1, 2007
This is some of the best country rock I've ever heard. Superb performance -- this band is really, really tight. Not exactly a jam band, but there are still a few excellent jams here. Fantastic guitar licks. Excellent sound quality. You can't buy music this good. Much thanks to the band for making this available. More, please.